Oracle 12c Grid Infrastructure Management Repository (GIMR) – Everything You Wanted To Know

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 16/12/2015
6:00 pm UTC - 7:30 pm UTC

Recording
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSOW-zhjxSA
Live Event
https://plus.google.com/events/cejtrevqkehdrqdj6evtckfpsuo
Presenter:
Mark Scardina


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Ever wonder what this new GIMR database is doing in your Oracle GI Home? Want to know what it is for and whether it can be deleted? Want to know how to move or manage it? If so, this session is for you. Learn about this new data management repository in Oracle 12c and how it is being used by the Oracle Grid Infrastructure. This session will review its evolution from 12.1 through 12.2 and the functionality it provides when using such components as Cluster Health Monitor, QoS Management, Rapid Home Provisioning and Trace File Analyzer. It will discuss best practice installation and management strategies including local and remote deployments, data file relocation and EM Cloud Control interaction. Finally it will cover common customer issues and solutions.

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Ajith Narayanan

Ajith Narayanan is Chief Technology Officer of InfraStack-Labs, Bangalore, India and has a total 11+ Years of work experience as Oracle [APPS] DBA with an expertise in Infrastructure Architecture, capacity planning & Performance tuning of mid to large E Business Suite environments. Holds a post graduate with PGDBA(Finanace) from SYMBIOSIS, Pune, M.S., (Software systems) from BITS Pilani, BE (Electronics & Communication) from Amrita Institute Of Technology and Diploma (Computer Technology) from Sree Narayana Guru Institute Of Technology. Before joining InfraStack-Labs, His had worked in different technical positions as Oracle DBA, APPS DBA, Oracle Apps Platform Architect & Configuration Management Technical Leader in companies like GE, Dell, JP MorganChase, Oracle & TCS (I) ORACLE USER COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES 1) Served the board of an ORACLERACSIG as website chair (Sep-2011 to Sep-2013), successfully migrated the RACSIG website from APEX version 3.0 to APEX version 4.1 and continuing his support within capacity to the Oracle Real Application Clusters SIG dedicated to RAC enthusiasts. 2) Member of OAUG & IndiaOAUG. 3) AIOUG (Volunteer & Member) 4) RACATTACK volunteer and supporter (II) ORACLE CONFERENCES & PRESENTATIONS 1) SANGAM-12, Bangalore, India, November 2012 Oracle EBS Capacity Analysis Using Statistical Methods 2) NZOUG-13, Wellington, New Zealand, March 2013 Create Your Oracle Apps R12 Lab With Less Than US$1000 Why Is My Oracle E-Biz Database Slow? A Million Dollar Question 3) AIOUG-13 Tech Day, Bangalore, India, June 2013 Introduction to RAC System Test Planning Methods 4) SANGAM-13, Hyderabad, India, 8-9 Nov 2013 Best Practices For Large Oracle Apps R12 Implementations 5) DOAG-13, Nuremberg, Germany 19-21 Nov 2013 Oracle Database Capacity Analysis Using Statistical Methods 6) OTN Yathra, Mumbai & Bangalore, India, Feb 22nd & Feb 27th. RAC ‘n’ ROLL Hands on Lab (HOL) session Oracle Real Application Clusters System Tests With Demo 7) SANGAM-14, Bangalore, India, 8th & 9th Nov, 2014. Crack The Complexity Of Oracle Applications R12 Workload 8) OTN APAC Tour 2014, Bangkok, Thailand 17th Nov 2014 How Oracle 12c Flexes Its Muscles Against Oracle 11gR2 9) UKOUG - APPS14, Liverpool, U.K. 8th Dec, 2014 Best Practices for Large Oracle Apps R12 Implementations 10) OTNYathra -2015, Mumbai, India, 19th Feb 2015 Analyze Database System Using a 3D Method 11) OTNYatha -2015, Bangalore, India, 25th Fe 2015 Oracle Applications R12.2, EBR, Online Patching - Means Lot Of Work For Developers 12) UKOUG APPS-15, Birmingham, UK, 7th-9th Dec 2015 PerformanceTuning Oracle Weblogic Server 12c (III) Whitepapers 1) Oracle Database Capacity Analysis Using Statistical Methods 2) Anatomy of Linux Server Memory Utilization 3) Anatomia do Linux Servidor de utilização da memoria (Oracle Technology Network (OTN) - Portuguese) 4) Oracle Database Análise de Capacidade Usando Métodos Estatísticos 5) Procedimiento para cambiar IPs de servidores en RAC11gR2

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